LACOE has created a data file to assist local educational agencies with the State Controller's Office (SCO) Compensation Data Requirements. Districts should always review all the data and enter the district information before submitting the data file to SCO.
Questions regarding the Government Compensation data file should be directed as follows.
ACCESSIBILITY: To get access to the data file, districts must have security access to RAD – Government Compensation Data. If you are interested in getting access, visit the System Security website, under the Helpful Sites section on this website, and complete the Operator Authorization Request form.
Below is a list of links related to the Government Compensaiton (GC) data file, its contents, and an overview of the process. A link to the Caifornia SCO website is also provided.
> Completion of SCO Compensation Request Overview
This is a step-by-step diagram on the GC data file process; from requesting access to the data file, to sending the GTP report template to SCO.
> Instructions for Downloading the SCO Data File From RAD
Once security access is given to the Government Compensation data file in RAD, use these instructions to successfully download the data file from RAD.
> SCO Data File Layout Guide
This is a chart that describes where, in HRS, the data is extracted from. It also displays the contact information of LACOE staff should you have any questions.
> Government Compensation Report Template Diagram
This is a diagram of the columns shown on the GC data file downloaded from RAD. It explains which fields require district input; were populated from HRS; were populated if data was available in HRS; and are related to the SCO data file.
> California State Controller's Office Official Website
This is a screenshot of the SCO website. It provides the GC reporting instructions and the FTP instructions; and lists the templates for GC reporting. It also has the SCO requirements and due dates. Click on this link http://www.sco.ca.gov/ard_locinstr_govcomp_edu.html to go to the SCO website.
> Frequently Asked Questions
This is a compilation of questions asked by our local educational agencies. For more SCO data file questions, refer to top section of this section.